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Author: Michele J Gelfand; Chi-yue Chiu; Ying-yi Hong
Publisher: New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011-
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With applications throughout the social sciences, culture and psychology is a rapidly growing field that has experienced a boom in publication over the last decade. From this proliferation of books, chapters, and journal articles, exciting developments have emerged in the relationship of culture to cognitive processes, human development, psychopathology, social behavior, organizational behavior, neuroscience,  Read more...
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Advances in culture and psychology.
New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011
(OCoLC)664323785
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michele J Gelfand; Chi-yue Chiu; Ying-yi Hong
ISBN: 0195380398 9780195380392
OCLC Number: 711709018
Description: 1 online resource (volumes) : illustrations
Contents: VOLUME 1 --
Contents --
Foreword --
Introduction --
Chapter 1 Human Culture in Evolutionary Perspective --
I. Introduction --
II. Ape and Human Cooperation --
III. Ape and Human Cultural Transmission --
IV. Ape and Human Social Cognition --
V. An Evolutionary Fairy Tale --
VI. Conclusion --
Chapter 2 Culture, Emotion, and Expression --
I. Introduction --
II. A Theoretical Preview: The Cultural Calibration of Emotion --
III. Overview of the Research Program --
IV. Judgment Studies --
V. Production Studies --
VI. Conclusion --
Chapter 3 Infectious Disease and the Creation of Culture --
I. Introduction --
II. Pathogen Prevalence and the Prediction of Cross-Cultural Differences --
III. Deeper Consideration of Underlying Causal Processes --
Chapter 4 Attachment, Learning, and Coping: The Interplay of Cultural Similarities and Differences --
I. Introduction --
II. Attachment Theory --
III. Research Highlighting Cultural Differences in Attachment --
IV. Research on Cultural Differences in Learning --
V. Attachment and Coping --
VI. Implications and Conclusion --
Chapter 5 Culturally Situated Linguistic Ecologies and Language Use: Cultural Tools at the Service of Representing and Shaping Situated Realities --
I. Introduction --
II. A Functional Approach to the Language-Cognition-Culture Interface on the Situated Interaction Level --
III. Interlude: From Language in Dialogue to Omnipresent Language --
IV. The Linguistic Ecology of Cultures and Its Impact on the Shape of Psychological Realities --
V. Summary and Conclusion --
Chapter 6 Micro-Macro Dynamics of the Cultural Construction of Reality: A Niche Construction Approach to Culture --
I. Introduction --
II. Illustrations: What Makes Individuals in a Collectivist Culture Behave in a Collectivist Manner? --
III. The Core Idea: Individuals' Behaviors Collectively Create a Social Niche --
IV. Research Agendas --
V. Conclusion: Mutual Construction of Mind and Ecology --
Chapter 7 Horizontal and Vertical Individualism and Collectivism: Implications for Understanding Psychological Processes --
I. Introduction --
II. Horizontal and Vertical Individualism and Collectivism --
III. Measuring Horizontal and Vertical Forms of Individualism and Collectivism --
IV. Who Am I and What Do I Value? --
V. How Should I Present Myself? --
VI. How Do I Perceive the Social Environment? --
VII. Future Directions and Implications for Consumer Psychology --
VIII. Conclusion. VOLUME 2 --
Contents --
Contributors --
Chapter 1 Culture, Categories, and Color: Do We See the World Through T(a)inted Lenses? --
I. Introduction --
II. Revisiting Cross-Cultural Investigations of Color --
III. Developmental Studies of Color Categorization --
IV. Common Aspects of Categorical Perception across Domains --
V. Conclusion --
Chapter 2 Culture, Brain, and Behavior --
I. Introduction --
II. Emotion and Social Cognition --
III. The Self --
IV. Perception and Cognition --
V. Culture Mapping and Source Analysis --
VI. Conclusion --
Chapter 3 Social Change and Human Development: An Autobiographical Journey. VOLUME 3 --
Maintaining, expanding, and contracting the organization --
Person-environment fit Organizational socialization : the effective onboarding of new employees --
Motivating employees --
Job attitudes and work values --
The individual-organization relationship : the psychological contract --
Interpersonal relationships at work --
Communication --
Organizational justice : the dynamics of fairness in the workplace --
Customer service --
Stress and well-being at work --
Quality of work life --
Organizational politics --
Conflict at work : basic principles and applied issues The psychology of negotiation and mediation --
Management derailment --
Why the playing field remains uneven : impediments to promotions in organizations --
Workplace aggression and violence --
Sexual harassment --
Succession planning --
Organizational change and development --
Organizational downsizing, mergers and acquisitions, and strategic alliances : using theory and research to enhance practice --
Managing a globally distributed workforce : social and interpersonal issues --
Cross-cultural and global issues in organizational psychology --
Organizational responsibility : doing good and doing well. VOLUME 4 --
Contents --
Foreword --
Contributors --
Chapter 1 Cultural Neuroscience: Understanding Human Diversity --
I. Introduction --
II. Historical Issues in the Gap Between Cultural and Biological Sciences --
III. A Theory of Cultural Neuroscience --
IV. Cultural Neuroscience: An Overview --
V. The Cultural Neuroscience Toolbox --
VI. Cultural Influences on Brain Structure and Function --
VII. Candidate Psychological Process for Future Cultural Neuroscience Research --
VIII. A Model for Studying Culture-Gene Interactions in Brain and Behavior --
IX. Multiple Timescales for Culture-Brain Interactions --
X. Mechanisms for Mutual Constitution of Culture and Brain --
XI. Links to Other Areas Within Cultural and Biological Sciences --
XII. Implications of Cultural Neuroscience --
Chapter 2 Economics, Sex, and the Emergence of Society --
I. Introduction --
II. Life History Theory and Ecological Variation --
III. Fundamental Motives and Human Life History --
IV. Some Examples Linking Life History and Varying Cultural Norms --
V. Life History Research can Reveal Links Between Different Aspects of Human Culture --
VI. Flexible Decision Biases and the Dynamical Emergence of Norms --
VII. Culture Through the Lens of Life History Theory --
VIII. Conclusion --
Chapter 3 Entries into Meaning: Socialization via Narrative in the Early Years --
I. Introduction --
II. A Partial History of the Study of Socialization --
III. Studying Socialization via Narrative Practices: A Personal History --
IV. Personal Storytelling in Taipei and Longwood --
V. Conclusion --
VI. Into the Future --
Chapter 4 Culture and Epistemologies: Putting Culture Back Into the Ecosystem --
I. Introduction --
II. Study Samples and Methodological Issues --
III. Folkecological thought in Cultural Perspective --
IV. Taking Multiple Perspectives on Cultural Differences --
V. The Systems-Level Perspective: Cultures as Ecosystems --
VI. Conclusion --
Chapter 5 What Values Can (and Cannot) Tell Us About Individuals, Society, and Culture --
I. Introduction --
II. What are Values? --
III. Is the Circular Structure of Values Universal? --
IV. Correlates of Values at the Individual Level: A Different Take on the Circular Structure --
V. Do Values Capture Cultural Differences? --
VI. The Search for Cultural Value Structures --
VII. Substituting the Individual with the Country Level Structure-Does it Matter? --
VIII. ReIntegrating Equivalence and Isomorphism with Human Development --
IX. Implications and Future Research --
X. Conclusions --
Chapter 6 Sacred Values and Cultural Conflict --
I. Introduction --
II. Sacred Values and the Material World --
III. Conclusion --
Chapter 7 Asian American Psychology: Individuals and Families in Global and Historical Contexts --
I. Introduction --
II. Historical Context and Intellectual Roots --
III. Cultural Psychology of Asian American Individuals and Families --
IV. Conclusion.
Responsibility: edited by Michele J. Gelfand, Chi-yue Chiu, Ying-yi Hong.

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